Polyurethane monomer, Methylene Diphenyl Diisocyanate

MDI is a highly reactive (and expensive) monomer
used to make a variety of polyurethanes and polyureas.

Very moisture sensitive and may cause health problems.

Urethanes are extremely tough polymers used to make a variety of materials
such as foams, fibers, paints and coatings. MDI is a difunctional monomer
that reacts with diols or diamines to give linear polymers.

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